Monday, August 22, 2005

 
uh, uh, uh, oh (tullycraft rules!)

You'd better fucking be at Case on the 27th. If Tullycraft ever comes to Cleveland again, it will be a long time. Unless the Spot spends more of that CWRU money to get them back here. There's no guarantee that will happen, though. And Tullycraft will only come back if we give them a nice reception now. So, go! It's free!

No one replied about Scruggscorp, so I'm just going to post the "Jerry Waldaman talks to Sen. Bill Frist" episode and hope that people listen to it. Expect that before the week is over.

I'm really excited about the Minibosses coming here, too. Too bad they're opening for that Moistboyz band. I don't want to have to deal with obnoxious Ween fans while I'm trying to rock out to live rock versions of classic Nintendo music.

Finally, for those who missed it, the Abductees are still alive, but they've changed their name to the Helper T-Cells and they just released a new album about bugs. I think they're going to try and play out some more, too.

I don't have anything else to say right now. If I think of something else, I'll post it here. Just go to the freaking Tullycraft show! You won't regret it!

Part 1
Part 2

Edit: Again, the Tullycraft show starts at 7 with Machine Go Boom opening. Click here for details on how to get to the show. The show isn't in the Spot itself, but it'll be outside the building in which the Spot is located.

I met "thumbs!" at the Smittens show. He looks cool. He should be in a band.

You really should have gone to the Smittens show. It was fun! People danced and skipped around the ballroom! I don't care if you're over 30 and feel too unhip to go to shows. Don't you know that most people who go to shows are older than me?

Comments:
what time is the Tullycraft gig? since it is free, I am guessing that it might be an afternoon affair.
 
I can't find the link for today's show, but I have my own dance story. I'm 43, but 10 years ago, I went to the Ohio State University's Summer Institute in Political Psychology in Columbus. I was among the older people there; most everyone else were young graduate students. Anyway, we went to some dance club for a 1970s music celebration, and I started hopping around, and I think I scared the women. At that point, I realized, that I was no longer young.
 
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